If you’ve been waiting for the iPad Pro 2 to be released, here’s some good news: the latest tablet from Apple might be unveiled in the next couple of months.
There have been reports that the Cupertino-based tech giant will launch the iPad Pro 2 in May. However, many tech experts don’t agree with this, saying June is a more possible date since this is when the Apple-hosted Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) would take place. Apple is not expected to unveil any new iPhones during this event, so it’s highly likely that the company will introduce the iPad Pro 2 to the public instead.
WWDC is scheduled to take place on June 5 to 9 in California, so it’s something that every Apple fan should look forward to. It’s important to note that Apple has not made any official announcement about this, so take it with a grain of salt.
What Can We Expect?
Again, Apple has not yet released details about the iPad Pro 2, so we don’t have any “official” information about it. But tech experts assume that the company will release two variants of the new device: a 10.5-inch model, which would be great for those who need a tablet for gaming and reading, and a bigger 12.9-inch model, which would be excellent for mobile workers who need to maintain productivity while on the go. There are even some rumors that Apple will offer an even smaller 9.7-inch variant, which would be a nice option for those who need a lightweight tablet.
Aside from the size variants, tech experts are speculating that the iPad Pro 2 will come with several new and exciting features. These include a bezel-less design or at least a slimmer design with thinner bezels. It’s also expected to be powered by the latest A10X processor and have support for Mac integration.